Discover how large organizations are evolving beyond ratings and transforming performance management.
In the coming days, the NeuroLeadership Institute will publish a paper called the Performance Management Report. This report is based on in-depth interviews with large companies that removed performance ratings. We studied 33 such organizations over a one-year period and identified 16 significant trends. These include:
- There is no “one size fits all” model
- More conversations are happening, focused on growth and development
- Everyone is still identifying top performers
- Pay-for-performance and pay-differentiation are alive and well
Join Beth Jones (Head of Performance Practice, NeuroLeadership Institute) for a webinar that unpacks this new report and distills some key insights. Participants will learn about the neuroscience of what makes ratings so harmful, examine data and emerging trends in these post-ratings companies, and discover what’s in store for the future of performance management.